Examples of blowhard in a Sentence
a politician who is the stereotypical backslapping blowhard
a blowhard who always had to act like she was better than anyone else
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However, here’s what’s so striking about these sessions: The blowhard, who’s supposed to be all about himself, listens more to others. Attentively.
However, here's what's so striking about these sessions: The blowhard, who's supposed to be all about himself, listens more to others. Attentively.
There were plenty of blowhards, bigots and boors, not to mention people who really shouldn’t be wearing madras.
Rick Grimes and his posse based in Alexandria have spent the season going toe-to-toe with the blowhard meanie Negan and his group, the Saviors.
With her sinking bouffant and regulation-'60s makeup, Rogers is the essence of the spouse weary from too many years propped against a bar, every eye-roll at her blowhard husband accompanied by a sip of gin.
The end alone, along with the illuminating performance of Carrel as the blowhard-but-not-altogether-terrible Bobby Riggs, is worth tuning in for the next time the film pops up on demand.
Eckardt ran Worldwide Bodyguard Services out of his parents' house in Clackamas, Ore. His former classmates at a security school in Colorado described him as a blowhard with James Bond-type fantasies and a tendency to tell tall tales.
That’s not a quote from some random, drunk, half-wit, blowhard.
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Definition of blowhard for English Language Learners
: a person who talks too much and who has strong opinions that other people dislike
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